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finale

noun [C usually singular]     /fɪˈnɑː.li/
the last part of especially a musical or theatrical performance, which is often very exciting or emotional (尤指音樂或戲劇表演高潮性的)結尾,終曲,終場 All the dancers come on stage during the grand finale. 在高潮性的大結局時所有的舞者都上了台。 figurative What better finale to her career than this extravagant gesture? 還有甚麼能比這個大動作更好地為她的職業生涯劃上句號呢? Parts of plays, shows and films
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